Soo Yun Shin
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When do consumers buy online product reviews? Effects of review quality, product type, and reviewer’s photo
EJ Lee, SY Shin
Computers in human behavior 31, 356-366, 2014
Are they talking to me? Cognitive and affective effects of interactivity in politicians' Twitter communication
EJ Lee, SY Shin
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 15 (10), 515-520, 2012
When the medium is the message: How transportability moderates the effects of politicians’ Twitter communication
EJ Lee, SY Shin
Communication research 41 (8), 1088-1110, 2014
Self-disclosure and liking in computer-mediated communication
N Kashian, J Jang, SY Shin, Y Dai, JB Walther
Computers in Human Behavior 71, 275-283, 2017
Investigating moderating roles of goals, reviewer similarity, and self-disclosure on the effect of argument quality of online consumer reviews on attitude formation
SY Shin, B Van Der Heide, D Beyea, YN Dai, B Prchal
Computers in Human Behavior 76, 218-226, 2017
Mediated misinformation: Questions answered, more questions to ask
EJ Lee, SY Shin
American Behavioral Scientist 65 (2), 259-276, 2021
The influence of responses to self-disclosure on liking in computer-mediated communication
Y Dai, SY Shin, N Kashian, J Jang, JB Walther
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 35 (4), 394-411, 2016
What debunking of misinformation does and doesn't
J Jang, EJ Lee, SY Shin
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 22 (6), 423-427, 2019
Online self-tracking groups to increase fruit and vegetable intake: a small-scale study on mechanisms of group effect on behavior change
J Meng, W Peng, SY Shin, M Chung
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (3), e63, 2017
The effect of message persistence and disclosure on liking in computer-mediated communication
JB Walther, N Kashian, JW Jang, SY Shin, Y Dai, M Koutamanis
Media Psychology 21 (2), 308-327, 2018
Overattribution of liking in computer-mediated communication: Partners infer the results of their own influence as their partners’ affection
JB Walther, N Kashian, J Jang, SY Shin
Communication Research 43 (3), 372-390, 2016
The benefits of distance and mediation: How people react to conflicts in video chat vs. FtF
SY Shin, J Jang, G Bente
Computers in Human Behavior 73, 1-8, 2017
Something that they never said: multimodal disinformation and source vividness in understanding the power of AI-enabled deepfake news
J Lee, SY Shin
Media Psychology 25 (4), 531-546, 2022
The wisdom of the crowd versus the wisdom in the crowd: Testing the effects of aggregate user representation, valence, and argument strength on attitude formation in online reviews
Y Dai, B Van Der Heide, AJ Mason, SY Shin
International Journal of Communication 13, 24, 2019
The effect of deepfake video on news credibility and corrective influence of cost-based knowledge about deepfakes
SY Shin, J Lee
Digital Journalism 10 (3), 412-432, 2022
Curbing negativity: Influence of providing justifications about control over user-generated comments on social media
SY Shin, Y Dai, D Beyea, B Prchal, TW Makki, K Schlafhauser, ...
Communication research 47 (6), 838-859, 2020
A model for introducing global ideas to the US
JW Dearing, M Lapinski, SY Shin, SA Hussain, Y Rumbold, R Osoro, ...
Health & Risk Communication Center. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, 2019
Debunking misinformation
EJ Lee, SY Shin
The Routledge Companion to Media Disinformation and Populism, 470-479, 2021
The effects of self-viewing in video chat during interpersonal work conversations
SY Shin, E Ulusoy, K Earle, G Bente, B Van Der Heide
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 28 (1), zmac028, 2023
How reading information on SNSs influences interpersonal and personal certainties about a target: The effects of information valence, information source, and positivism bias
Y Dai, SY Shin
Communication Studies 73 (5-6), 561-576, 2022
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